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Cash Rain in Rajasthan’s Atm: Man Tried to Withdraw Rs.3500 but he left in shock by money he received

Cash Rain in Rajasthan: It can be seen that a lot of people are standing in front of the ATM in queues to withdraw the money from ATM after the cash crunch. Though there is cash crunch, all the ATM are dried without cash in it. An ATM in Rajasthan made a huge stunt that literally made some people so happy with money.

This ATM surprised the people with extra cash, Jitesh Diwakar who is the resident of Tonk in Rajasthan withdraw the money at ATM for Rs 3500 as he didn’t know that his fate will ask to withdraw at that particular time. He is also one of the people who became rich after entering into ATM. The ATM literally rained the cash on Tuesday evening at Rajasthan Town and many people were turned rich after his incident.

Man Tried to Withdraw Rs.3500 but he left in shock by money he  received from Rajasthan’s Atm:

Man Tried to Withdraw Rs.3500 but he left in shock by money he  received from Rajasthan's Atm

However, many people left with the extra cash from ATM and the responsible person Mr. Diwakar was the only person who raised the voice against the not properly working ATM. He said that “I immediately called my father who arrived with my uncle and we informed the bank manager,” as per the reports from the bank it is known that the ATM has dispensed over Rs 6.76 lakh in cash at that time. Jitesh Diwakar approached the bank ‘Bank of Baroda’ and informed them about the issue. The bank officials said that “ATM had dispensed Rs 6.76 lakh by the time it was shut adding that over 10 people had benefitted from the apparent glitch.

                           The bank officials decided to shut down the ATM branch after realising that Rs 6.76 lakh was already dispensed. Around ten people got “excess” cash because the ATM was dispensing a Rs 2,000 note against a Rs 100 note.” Tonk Harishankar Meena who is the Chief Manager of the bank collectorate circle said that “Technically, Rs 2,000 notes cannot be loaded in the Rs 100 cassette as the sensors won’t accept it. That’s why we have called technical experts to investigate how this happened, out of all these people, only one person contacted and brought the matter to our notice. We have taken a back-up of the ATM (records) from which we will get information of the people who withdrew money in these two hours. After tracking them we will ask them to return the extra money,”

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